Real Estate

Real Estate

Successful completion of both Real Estate Fundamentals and Real Estate Practice is necessary to qualify to take the state licensing examination.

Real Estate Fundamentals
Provides a basic foundation for further study, and covers language, principles and laws that govern this business. Emphasis is on the underlying concepts of land, property, rights in realty and the means, methods and laws that govern conveyance of these rights. Book included.

CAR 3249 / Length: 30 hours

CRN 1930, Wednesdays
September 9-November 11
6-9 p.m., Marple Campus

Cost: Sponsoring $215
Non-Sponsoring $300

Real Estate Practice
Introduces all facets of this business including fields of specialization, and focuses on the role of a real estate agent in residential brokerage. Covers basic techniques, procedures, regulations and ethics involved in a real estate transaction, and a working knowledge of forms and documents. 

CAR 3250 / Length: 30 hours

CRN 1928, Mondays
September 14-November 10
6-9 p.m., Marple Campus

Cost: Sponsoring $215
Non-Sponsoring $300

How to Invest in Real Estate 
Introduces the beginner and serious investor to the basics of real estate investing, from property prospecting to closing the deal for profit. Includes buying foreclosed property and “handyman specials.” 

LSP 5654 / Length: 8 hours 

Staging Your Home to Sell
Prepare your home to sell at the best price. Provides practical how-to tips for both interior and exterior, and guidelines on how to work with your realtor.

LSP 5610 / Length: 4 hours